domiciliary care


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domiciliary care

Assistance provided to a person in his/her home, including home care, purchase of assistive devices and equipment, and meals-on-wheels. Domiciliary care is intended to keep a person in his/her home as long as possible, whilst maintaining his/her autonomy.
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We would like to be able to give more money, but there are other areas in the care sector where the pressure is greater, for example domiciliary care.
However, the independent domiciliary care sector remains a very fragmented market, with over 5,000 mainly small providers who find it difficult to bid for, win and fulfil larger contracts and to provide a quality service because of financial and manpower constraints.
Provision of domiciliary care provision within stoke-on-trent.
He said no challenges had been made to the court in relation to this procurement process for domiciliary care services.
He said the company, established just over five years ago, had grown to become the leading provider of domiciliary care in Anglesey and Gwynedd.
She pleaded guilty to failing to register a domiciliary care business.
NLC has been working to re-commission their domiciliary care arrangements for adults and children with the inclusion of a childrens individualised short break service.
CARE homes and domiciliary care companies across North Wales are threatened with closure because of a looming funding crisis.
I AM dismayed and concerned about the planned changes to the provision of domiciliary care in Cardiff.
Earlier this year, the waiting list for a domiciliary care package from Liverpool council stood at around 300.
Carewatch is one of the largest domiciliary care providers in the area, providing a whole range of domiciliary care services throughout North Tyneside.
Bank of Scotland Corporate has provided pounds 2 million funding to Claimar Care, a Birmingham-based domiciliary care company, to help fund expansion.